Dear readers, sorry for missing here, but I had a lot of work these days plus some unforeseen issues. But I promise that next week will have several posts fresh!
Today I will talk about the Organization of the mess of children, something that is a nightmare for us moms! The other day I posted on instagram (@blogminhasdikas) the Bookshelf and organizing boxes I bought on Leroy to try to make an order in girls ‘ toys. And it inspired me to get new ideas for the internet to show here.
Are several options I found to organize toys. Most put on a shelf and checkered fills the niches with crates, buckets and baskets, as decoration. All that can be removed and placed back with ease. The advantage over the drawers is being able to take the box of toys chosen for play in any corner of the House.
Let’s start with suggestions of organization with straw or Wicker baskets. I love the effect on the decoration, further colored straw baskets. But the very open weft together powder and are more difficult to clean. Some weft baskets are synthetic, made of plastic. Pass the same effect and are much more practical and light.
The bucket is also a really cute item that can be easily loaded by the child. I just don’t think it’s as practical by format and for being too rigid, can hurt children fall on.
Ride like the boxes I showed that I bought in Leroy are the most used. Are super cheap, and practices has beautiful colors. The downside is that deform easily, then you better put more toys. The Twill fabric are more resilient and better for washing. Always handle to carry and transport easily. See:
Another item super practice are rigid boxes. In my opinion, the best option. Since they are transparent and facilitate visualization of the toys. And as some have cover, it helps not to accumulate dirt.
Here in Brazil is more difficult to find, but in the U.S. There are organisers mounted in themed bookcase and boxes. Are a fun and great price. Too bad around here we just have the plain version that you can find at Sam’s club.
The desire to have 1 of each!
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